Monday, July 14, 2008

The Smithsonian Institution and The Jim Henson Legacy

Traveling Exhibition (More info at the Smithsonian site and at NPR, where you can hear curator Karen Falk talk about Henson's start in TV commercials. Henson made 179 short, violent, and funny commercials for Wilkins Coffee and Tea.)

1 comment:

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